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CHAPTER 15.1-18.1TEACHER CERTIFICATION15.1-18.1-01.Definitions.As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwiserequires:1.&quot;Board&quot; means the education standards and practices board.2.&quot;Certification&quot; means national board certification as provided by the national board.3.&quot;National board&quot; means the national board for professional teaching standards.15.1-18.1-02. National board certification program - Recertification - Board duties.1.The board shall:a.Inform teachers of the national board certification program and the scholarships<br>and services the national board provides to teachers seeking certification.b.Collect and review in the order received scholarship applications from<br>individuals who are licensed to teach by the board or approved to teach by the<br>board.c.(1)Approve no more than seventeen applications per year under this<br>subsection;(2)During each year of the biennium, reserve three of the available<br>scholarships under this subsection until October first for individuals<br>teaching at low-performing schools. At that time, the three slots, if not<br>filled, become available to all other applicants;(3)Require the recipient for a scholarship under this subsection to serve<br>during the school year as a full-time classroom teacher in a public or<br>nonpublic school in this state; and(4)If available, require the recipient for a scholarship under this subsection<br>to participate in mentoring programs developed and implemented in the<br>employing school or school district.d.Ensure that all scholarship recipients under this subsection receive adequate<br>information regarding the level of commitment required to acquire certification.2.The board shall collect and review in the order received scholarship applications for<br>national board recertification from individuals who are licensed to teach by the board<br>or approved to teach by the board and:a.Approve no more than three scholarship applications per year under this<br>subsection;b.Require each recipient for a scholarship under this subsection to serve during<br>the school year as a full-time classroom teacher in a public or nonpublic school<br>in this state; andc.If available, require each recipient for a scholarship under this subsection to<br>participate in mentoring programs developed and implemented in the<br>employing school or school district.Page No. 13.If any individual who receives a scholarship under this section does not complete the<br>certification process within the time allotted by the board, the individual must<br>reimburse the state an amount equal to one-half of the amount awarded to the<br>individual as a scholarship.4.The board shall pay to any individual who received national board certification before<br>July 1, 2007, one thousand dollars for each year the individual has maintained and<br>continues to maintain national board certification, provided the individual continues<br>to be employed by a school district in this state. An individual may not receive more<br>than four thousand dollars under this subsection.5.a.At the conclusion of each school year after an individual receives national board<br>certification, the board shall pay to an individual an additional one thousand<br>dollars for the life of the national board certificate if:(1)The individual was employed during the school year as a full-time<br>classroom teacher by a school district in this state; and(2)The individual participated in any efforts of the employing school district<br>to develop and implement teacher mentoring programs.b.The payment provided for in this subsection is available beginning with the<br>2007-08 school year.6.A contract negotiated under chapter 15.1-16 may not preclude or limit the ability of a<br>school district or any other entity, public or private, from providing any remuneration<br>to a teacher who has obtained national board certification.Any remunerationreceived by a teacher as a consequence of having obtained national board<br>certification is in addition to any other compensation otherwise payable as a result of<br>any contract negotiated under chapter 15.1-16.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-18.1 teacher certification

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CHAPTER 15.1-18.1TEACHER CERTIFICATION15.1-18.1-01.Definitions.As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwiserequires:1.&quot;Board&quot; means the education standards and practices board.2.&quot;Certification&quot; means national board certification as provided by the national board.3.&quot;National board&quot; means the national board for professional teaching standards.15.1-18.1-02. National board certification program - Recertification - Board duties.1.The board shall:a.Inform teachers of the national board certification program and the scholarships<br>and services the national board provides to teachers seeking certification.b.Collect and review in the order received scholarship applications from<br>individuals who are licensed to teach by the board or approved to teach by the<br>board.c.(1)Approve no more than seventeen applications per year under this<br>subsection;(2)During each year of the biennium, reserve three of the available<br>scholarships under this subsection until October first for individuals<br>teaching at low-performing schools. At that time, the three slots, if not<br>filled, become available to all other applicants;(3)Require the recipient for a scholarship under this subsection to serve<br>during the school year as a full-time classroom teacher in a public or<br>nonpublic school in this state; and(4)If available, require the recipient for a scholarship under this subsection<br>to participate in mentoring programs developed and implemented in the<br>employing school or school district.d.Ensure that all scholarship recipients under this subsection receive adequate<br>information regarding the level of commitment required to acquire certification.2.The board shall collect and review in the order received scholarship applications for<br>national board recertification from individuals who are licensed to teach by the board<br>or approved to teach by the board and:a.Approve no more than three scholarship applications per year under this<br>subsection;b.Require each recipient for a scholarship under this subsection to serve during<br>the school year as a full-time classroom teacher in a public or nonpublic school<br>in this state; andc.If available, require each recipient for a scholarship under this subsection to<br>participate in mentoring programs developed and implemented in the<br>employing school or school district.Page No. 13.If any individual who receives a scholarship under this section does not complete the<br>certification process within the time allotted by the board, the individual must<br>reimburse the state an amount equal to one-half of the amount awarded to the<br>individual as a scholarship.4.The board shall pay to any individual who received national board certification before<br>July 1, 2007, one thousand dollars for each year the individual has maintained and<br>continues to maintain national board certification, provided the individual continues<br>to be employed by a school district in this state. An individual may not receive more<br>than four thousand dollars under this subsection.5.a.At the conclusion of each school year after an individual receives national board<br>certification, the board shall pay to an individual an additional one thousand<br>dollars for the life of the national board certificate if:(1)The individual was employed during the school year as a full-time<br>classroom teacher by a school district in this state; and(2)The individual participated in any efforts of the employing school district<br>to develop and implement teacher mentoring programs.b.The payment provided for in this subsection is available beginning with the<br>2007-08 school year.6.A contract negotiated under chapter 15.1-16 may not preclude or limit the ability of a<br>school district or any other entity, public or private, from providing any remuneration<br>to a teacher who has obtained national board certification.Any remunerationreceived by a teacher as a consequence of having obtained national board<br>certification is in addition to any other compensation otherwise payable as a result of<br>any contract negotiated under chapter 15.1-16.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-18.1 teacher certification

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CHAPTER 15.1-18.1TEACHER CERTIFICATION15.1-18.1-01.Definitions.As used in this chapter, unless the context otherwiserequires:1.&quot;Board&quot; means the education standards and practices board.2.&quot;Certification&quot; means national board certification as provided by the national board.3.&quot;National board&quot; means the national board for professional teaching standards.15.1-18.1-02. National board certification program - Recertification - Board duties.1.The board shall:a.Inform teachers of the national board certification program and the scholarships<br>and services the national board provides to teachers seeking certification.b.Collect and review in the order received scholarship applications from<br>individuals who are licensed to teach by the board or approved to teach by the<br>board.c.(1)Approve no more than seventeen applications per year under this<br>subsection;(2)During each year of the biennium, reserve three of the available<br>scholarships under this subsection until October first for individuals<br>teaching at low-performing schools. At that time, the three slots, if not<br>filled, become available to all other applicants;(3)Require the recipient for a scholarship under this subsection to serve<br>during the school year as a full-time classroom teacher in a public or<br>nonpublic school in this state; and(4)If available, require the recipient for a scholarship under this subsection<br>to participate in mentoring programs developed and implemented in the<br>employing school or school district.d.Ensure that all scholarship recipients under this subsection receive adequate<br>information regarding the level of commitment required to acquire certification.2.The board shall collect and review in the order received scholarship applications for<br>national board recertification from individuals who are licensed to teach by the board<br>or approved to teach by the board and:a.Approve no more than three scholarship applications per year under this<br>subsection;b.Require each recipient for a scholarship under this subsection to serve during<br>the school year as a full-time classroom teacher in a public or nonpublic school<br>in this state; andc.If available, require each recipient for a scholarship under this subsection to<br>participate in mentoring programs developed and implemented in the<br>employing school or school district.Page No. 13.If any individual who receives a scholarship under this section does not complete the<br>certification process within the time allotted by the board, the individual must<br>reimburse the state an amount equal to one-half of the amount awarded to the<br>individual as a scholarship.4.The board shall pay to any individual who received national board certification before<br>July 1, 2007, one thousand dollars for each year the individual has maintained and<br>continues to maintain national board certification, provided the individual continues<br>to be employed by a school district in this state. An individual may not receive more<br>than four thousand dollars under this subsection.5.a.At the conclusion of each school year after an individual receives national board<br>certification, the board shall pay to an individual an additional one thousand<br>dollars for the life of the national board certificate if:(1)The individual was employed during the school year as a full-time<br>classroom teacher by a school district in this state; and(2)The individual participated in any efforts of the employing school district<br>to develop and implement teacher mentoring programs.b.The payment provided for in this subsection is available beginning with the<br>2007-08 school year.6.A contract negotiated under chapter 15.1-16 may not preclude or limit the ability of a<br>school district or any other entity, public or private, from providing any remuneration<br>to a teacher who has obtained national board certification.Any remunerationreceived by a teacher as a consequence of having obtained national board<br>certification is in addition to any other compensation otherwise payable as a result of<br>any contract negotiated under chapter 15.1-16.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-18.1 teacher certification

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